The technical issues surrounding Healthcare.gov have ignited a political firestorm. Recently, some security experts testified that the website carries a massive potential for compromise and others believe it should simply shut-down.
Should the Obama administration pull the plug on Healthcare.gov or are there ways to revive it?
Listen to episode 111 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Dwayne Melancon and Tim Erlin discuss the problem with “big bang” launches, best practices that HHS should have considered, and the pros and cons of starting a bug-bounty program for Healthcare.gov.
- Security Slice: Peer Review for Code and Bug Bounties
- Security Slice: How Bad is badBIOS?
- Security Slice: Me, You and the EU Cyber Security Directive
- Security Slice: Needle in the Data Stack
P.S. Have you met John Powers, supernatural CISO?
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